Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by writing to us, through your chosen pharmacy (When Available) or online via the link at the top of this page. Registration is required for our online services; please contact reception for details or see below for online services registration form.
Our admin staff NO LONGER ACCEPT prescription requests over the telephone. You can email us , write to us or use our online services to order your repeat prescriptions OR by completing the Request Repeat Prescription on-line form available via this website. (Please see below)
Please allow three full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.
Not Registered for Online Services? See below
Electronic Prescribing Service
This practice is set up for the electronic prescription service.
This means that for most patients, we can send your prescription to your chosen chemist directly, saving you from having to come down to the surgery.
To get your prescription sent to your chosen pharmacy, you will have to ask reception to sign up.
For more information about electronic prescribing services.
Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a Doctor, Nurse Practitioner or Practice Nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and a notification should appear on your repeat slip.
Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.
Over the Counter Medicines
A range of medicines that are available to buy over the counter from pharmacies and supermarkets are no longer routinely prescribed by GP surgeries, as they have been in the past. These are the type of medicines that are associated with a number of minor, short term health conditions which either get better by themselves or can be easily self-treated.
Which minor illnesses are included?
The change applies to medicines for a total of 35 conditions. These include coughs, colds, acute sore throat, infrequent cold sores of the lip, dry eyes and mild to moderate hay fever. Other minor illnesses included are cradle cap, dandruff, sore tired eyes, excessive sweating, insect bites and stings, infrequent constipation, mild cystitis and mouth ulcers. The full list is available on the NHS website.
GPs, nurses or pharmacists will also generally no longer prescribe probiotics, some vitamins, and minerals. You can get these from eating a healthy, varied and balanced diet or buy them at your pharmacy or supermarket.
For more information please refer to this leaflet.